Remote Geo and Linewise announce successful test of combined systems for utility inspections

By: InnovatioNews Tuesday May 12, 2015 0 comments Tags: Fort Collins, Remote GeoSystems, Linewise Aerial Solu, geoDVR Gen2

 

FORT COLLINS/CALGARY -- Fort Collins-based Remote GeoSystems and Calgary-based Linewise Aerial Solutions Inc. announced the successful integration and testing of the geoDVR Gen2 with FLIR Corona Gimbal Video Camera System on a Bell Helicopter for airborne utility inspections.Remote_Geo_logo_1

“The geoDVR Gen2 was the only geospatial video system on the market that would meet our full-motion vide0 (FMV) requirements right out of the box,"’ said Doug Rae, Linewise Aerial GM.

“The Remote Geo team impressed and delivered – everything worked as advertised and the geoDVR was easy to configure for our FLIR multi-sensor gimbal. When paired with the LineVision software suite, we can now easily customize and repurpose utility inspection deliverables for our clients based on their specific users and requirements.”

The geoDVR Gen2 is an advanced ‘plug-and-play’ DVR for recording multiple channels of geo-referenced High-Definition and Standard-Definition full motion video in aerial and mobile mapping environments.

Remote GeoSystems said it is “ideally suited for professional utility/pipeline inspection, ISR and law enforcement applications that use multi-sensor, gyro-stabilized gimbal video cameras.”

Linewise said it will use the geoDVR with its FLIR Corona 350 to perform helicopter-based utility inspections with HD color (EO), Infrared (IR) and Corona 9UV) video as well as high-resolution oblique still photos.

For more information, visit www.remotegeo.com or www.linewiseerial.com

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